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HHS provides $22M for biomarkers for radiation testsTags: arizona state university, biomarkers, genomics, proteomics
[Source: GenomeWeb News] – The Department of Health and Human Services through its special projects research arm has awarded a total of $35 million to several universities and companies to fund development of biomarker technologies that could determine how much radiation a person has absorbed after radiological incidents such as a 'dirty' bomb or a nuclear explosion.
Those awards include $22 million for gene expression and protein expression biomarker-based tools that could be used in the field.
The funding, which could reach up to $400 million over five years, will support research at Duke University, Arizona State University, Stanford University, Meso Scale Diagnostics, SRI International, and Visca, among others.
For more information: HHS Provides $22M for Biomarkers for Radiation Tests
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